Enforcement and Compliance Planning and Analysis - Functional StatementThe Planning and Analysis organization is responsible for ensuring effective accountability of enforcement and compliance assistance programs, planning and targeting compliance assistance and enforcement activities, tracking major initiatives and cases in assigned program areas, and coordinating the EPA's southeastern region media compliance assistance and enforcement activities.
Branch tasks include the following:
- Establish and manage the processes that the region uses to accomplish its strategic enforcement and compliance assurance objectives.
- Prepare and negotiate the Regional Strategic Plan and Commitments with the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA).
- Coordinate with the media program divisions and the states to ensure timely and meaningful participation in the development of the strategic plan.
- Act as the principal point-of-contact for OECA on strategic plan development issues.
- Monitor and evaluate the region's progress in meeting commitments.
- Monitor and evaluate the region's various enforcement data systems.
- Identify and resolve multimedia process and case development issues.
- Coordinate case screening.
- Track and report on the region's enforcement and compliance assurance accomplishments.
- Act as the principal point-of-contact for OECA on general (as opposed to media specific) enforcement and compliance assurance matters and work with the media program divisions to accomplish the timely handling of those matters.
- Coordinate and participate in multimedia inspections of federal facilities.
- Provide compliance assistance to federal facilities.
- Track the compliance of federal facilities within the region.
- Develop and publish federal facility environmental compliance reports for the Federal Facilities Team which assures regional coordination on the implementation of federal facilities compliance and enforcement activities.
- Work to enhance communications between EPA media programs and the regulated community.
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